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Title Technology tools for students with autism : innovations that enhance independence and learning / edited by Katharina I. Boser, Ph. D., Matthew S. Goodwin, Ph. D., and Sarah C. Wayland, Ph. D
Published Baltimore, Maryland : Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., [2014]
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Description 1 online resource (xl, 335 pages) : illustrations
Contents What is driving innovative and assistive technology solutions in autism services? / Tracy Gray and Alise Brann -- Universal design for learning : meeting the needs of learners with autism spectrum disorders / Yvonne Domings, Yvel Cornel Crevecoeur, and Patricia Kelly Ralabate -- Classroom-based technology tools / Christopher R. Bugaj, Melissa A. Hartman, and Mark E. Nichols -- Using virtual reality technology to support the learning of children on the autism spectrum / Sarah Parsons, Nigel Newbutt, and Simon Wallace -- Using therapeutic robots to teach students with autism in the classroom: exploring research and innovation / Katharina I. Boser, Corinna E. Lathan, Charlotte Safos, Rita Shewbridge, Carole Samango-Sprouse, and Marek Michalowski -- Language software for teaching semantics, grammar, and pragmatics to students with autism / Katharine P. Beals and Felicia Hurewitz -- Mobile media devices : a paradigm shift in communication technology for persons with autism spectrum disorder / Jessica Gosnell Caron and Howard C. Shane -- Technology to support literacy in autism / Sarah C. Wayland, Katharina I. Boser, and Joan L. Green -- Using new technology to teach emotion recognition to children with autism spectrum disorders / Simon Baron-Cohen, Ofer Golan, and Emma Ashwin -- Incorporating technology into peer social group programs / Andrea Tartaro and Corina Ratz -- Technologies to support interventions for social-emotional intelligence, self-awareness, personal style, and self-regulation / Dorothy Lucci, Minna Levine, Kelley Challen-Wittmer, and Donald Scott McLeod -- No more clipboards! : mobile electronic solutions for data collection, behavior analysis, and self-management interventions / Minna Levine -- Tools to support simplified capture of activities in natural environments / Gregory D. Abowd, Julie A. Kientz, Gillian R. Hayes, Rosa I. Arriaga, and Nazneen -- Racing through the professional-development obstacle course / Christopher R. Bugaj, Melissa A. Hartman, and Mark E. Nichols -- Using distance learning technology to increase dissemination of evidence-based practice in autism spectrum disorder / Brooke Ingersoll and Allison Wainer -- Bringing a school up to speed : experiences and recommendations for technology implementation / Monica Adler Werner, Kathryn Nagle, Chris Bendel, and Bonnie Beers -- Using mobile technologies to support students in work-transition programs / Gillian R. Hayes, Michael T. Yeganyan, Jed R. Brubaker, Linda J. O'Neal, and Stephen W. Hosaflook
Summary Technology holds great promise for helping students with autism learn, communicate, and function effectively in the modern world. Start leveraging that power today with this forward-thinking book, your in-depth guided tour of technologies that support learners with autism and help them fully participate in their classroom and community. Youâ€TMll learn about readily available technologies you can use right nowâ€"from apps to video modelingâ€"and explore next-wave innovations that will help shape the future of autism intervention, such as therapeutic robots and advanced virtual reality technolo
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from digital title page (ebrary platform, viewed September 12, 2014)
Subject Autistic children -- Education.
Educational technology.
Form Electronic book
Author Boser, Katharina I. (Katharina Irene), editor
Goodwin, Matthew S., editor
Wayland, Sarah C., editor
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